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kwwl's amanda goodman and matt breen join us live in des moines with the very latest. i'm here with matt breen with our sister sstation k kv -- the media center is practally empty right now...call it the calm before the storm. earlier today i had the chance to talk to someone who has been through many elections...but he says he has never seen one like this before.
neck...quite like this one." an election year full of surprises...and the most intense that lester says he has ever seen. sot: holt "there have been jus a lot of moments where things are said...everythi ng has been amplified this time around." and this time around...a first for hihi.. sot: holt "how is it different? for you in this role...one i didn't expect to be in." i asked lester what he thinks it is behind the surge for trump and sanders...he said everyone he has talked to from small town usa to the big cities are tired of the status quo...they're not "politicians."
republicans don't want to repeat past mistakes. "we are as prepared as we can possibly be to make sure we have an open, transparent and successful caucus," said hoefert.. and,d,ith eleven gop candidites, republicans say they're certain of one thing. "we know that the next president of the united states will be on the ballot in iowa monday night," said hoefert. republicans expect to break the record of 120,000 at the 2012 iowa caucuses. democrats don't use the word "record", rather turnout will be "strong." "i think we'll have a very good turnout," mcguire said. "i've been going all over iowa for the last year, and i've been seeing such enthusiam and energy. i tell the story that people are always bringing chairs and tables when i'm there because there's more democrats t tn they thought were going to be there." party leaders claim the candidates are spurring the surge, and share the enthusiam of the electorate. "they are really pushing to the end," dr. andy mcguire, iowa democratic party chair said. "they're closing the deal." >> one thing the gop doesn't want is a repeat of 2012... when mitt romney was
the winner on caucus night. but, when the votes were certified two weeks later, rickckantorum had won actually won by 7 votes. so, this year, if the margin is that razor-thin, the party will only announce the results without declaring a "winner." anks to their partnership with microsoft, and a new app for repoing precinct numbers, the results will be certified 48-hours later. let's toss it back to the station. tommie. thanks matt and amanda. snow is on the way in siouxland. but how much can we expect? let's check back in with meteorologist tj sprprger. blizzard watches in effect for almost all of siouxland except yankton, holt, antntope, and verdei counties from early tuesday morning through wednesday morning. the clouds that were with us on saturday ended up clearing out quite nicely making for quite a nice sunday across siouxland. temperatures were above average once again, with lots of towns breaking into the 40s. lows wille colder tonight with temperatures bottoming out in the 20s under partly cloudy skies. but as the weekend comes to a close we set our sights on our next winter storm. this one will move in as we kick off the work week. blizzard watches are in effect for almost the entirety of siouxland for the potential of 8 or more inches. these watches may expand to the north as we head throughout the remainder of our weekend though. the best bet
looks to be 3-6" ne, 8-10" for central siouxland, and 12-14"+ for southern parts of the area. winds will also be a factor with gusts up to 40 mph, so this could make for whiteout conditions making travel almost impossible. there is still some uncertainty with the track of this storm, and these numbers are subject to change. please stay updated to storm team 4 and ktiv.com for updates and details. after this winter storm moves out the rest of the week looks dry but cold with temperatures dropping down below average through next weekend! here in siouxland both parties are wrapping up their campaign stops. donald trump made his last stop in sioux city before caucus night. ktiv's michelle schoening was there for the rally. mielle? tommie. again, trump drew a large crowd for his final stop in sioux city. but this time his wife and daughter were also there for support. (nat pop "usa, usa, usa) trump said iowa hasn't picked a
years...and it's time for that to change. the billionare businessman mentioned his absence fromom said fox news treated d m unfairir. skipped the debate because i wasn't treated right. we have to do that; i wasn't treated properly. we have to think like that for our country. when our country isn't treated right our leaders have to do what's right for the people," said donald trump, presidential candidate. one local organziation received a 100-thousand dollar check from the trump foundation. "a check of this size can allow us to do that critic work to serve our veterans for years to come," said sarah petersen, founder of support siouxlxld soldiers. the founder says they hope to bring together a group to really look at how this money can be spent. as for trump he will head to waterloo and cedar rapids tomorrow to wrap up the caucus campaign. tommie. just a few blocks away from the orpheum, hillary clinton was campaigning to win the
ktiv's tiffany lane was at the sioux city convention center earlier today and has the details. tiffany? tommmm, this was clinton's fourth stop in sioux city since announcing her candidacy. and she made one message clear...she wants iowa's vote. there were about 460 people who packed into the convention center lobby. like her last stop in sioux city, clinton put much of her focus on the economy...starting with jobs. "we need more infrastructure jobs," "our roads, our bridges, our tunnels, our ports, our airports, our rail system, there is work to be done in iowa and america. and these are jobs that can't be exported." clinton also talked about debt free tuition for public colleges and universities. she said that doesn't include free college for everyone. "i want to give the resources we have from the federal government to help people who need help go to college," said clinton. "that's the vast majority of kids."
need help going to college, clinton made the argument that she does not want to pay for donald trump's youngest child to go to school...those funds should go to those who actually need it. tommie? new jersy governor chris christie stopped at morningside college earlier today. the governor addressed his plans to fight immigration, isis and homeland security. christie will be in the des moines metro area before heading to new hampshire on tuesday. dr. ben carson will hold a rally in spencer, iowa tomorrow morning. his caucus for carson rally will be held at living word outreach ministries. doors open at 9:30 a.m. and it begigi at 11 a.m. the iowa caucuses can bring surprises -- and one candidate hopes history will repeat itself tomorrow. you never know who you're going to run into at these campaign events. we learned that once again as we followed the 2008 caucus winner on the republican side today... as he hopes to deliver a major surprise on monday.
moines, mike huckabee speaks to supporters... and also to the mitchell's from chicago. "even though i'm supporting hillary clinton, it's important as americans that i hear the other side." the mitchell's are in iowa on vacation to see the caucuses. "mexico is always going to be there, but it's only one in every four years are going to see something as magical as the presidential election." "i respect the political process so much and i respect every one of these candidates for doing this because this is hard. mike huckabee -- if he's been to every single county in iowa -- it's tiring. no one does this if they don't believe in something, if they don't believe in what they're saying." jim labriola believes in mike huckabee. "i love the realness. it just comes through." jim played benny on home improvement. he's a comedian -- from new york -- on the road stumping for huckabee. "governor huckabee has a phenomenal sense of humor. he could've been a standup." he calls him the reagan of our era -- and says he'll never forget his time on the campaign trail in iowa. "i admire the people here. i admire that they can't be bought. likk new york... "
yankton, holt, antelope, and verdei counties from early tuesday morning through wednesday morning. the clouds
that were with us on saturday ended up clearing out quite nicely making for quite a nice sunday across siouxland. temperatures were above average once again, with lots of towns breaking into the 40s. lows will be colder tonight with temperatures bottoming out in the 20s under partly cloudy skies. but as the weekend comes to a close we set our sights on our next winter storm. this one will move in as we kick off the work week. blizzard watches are in effect for almost the entirety of siouxland for the potential of 8 or more inches. these watches may expand to the north as we head throughout the remainder of our weekend though. the best bet for accumulations currently looks to be 3-6" ne, 8-10" for central siouxland, and 12-11"+ for southehen parts of the area. winds will also be a factor with sts up to 40 mph, this could make for whiteout conditions making travel almost impossible. there is still some uncertainty with the track of this storm, and these numbers are subject to change. please stay updated to storm team 4 anbktdetailsmlooksaverage >> today marks the beginning of a weeklong event for the siouxland humane society. the annual caramel apple fundraiser includes nearly 400 volunteers making more than 13-
director says this is their largest fundraiser. the proceeds from the apple sales will help the nearly 3,000 homeless and abused siouxland. "all of our funding and how we stay open and help the animals are through private donations and fundrasiers like this," said missie fisher, director of development at the siouxland humane society. the apples are 15-dollars each and can be ordered through february 7th. they will e ready for ppk up fefeuary 9th and 10th at the siouxland humane society and the american people can't afford to
wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying f medicine and payingrent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton.
iowa c they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy wowos for wall street because e 's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as w whington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
thursday against maryland. it's tight at the top of the conference standings - just one and a half games separates the top 5 teams. that means that the hawkeyes could ill- afford a home loss to northwestern, who's 3-and-6 in big ten play. the hawks, still 7-and-1 in conference play. jared uhtoff was just 2-of-13 against marylala
- but he came out on a tear today - hits from three. then he's there for the putback slam -- uhtoff scored 23 points in this game - at one point, 10 straight for the hawks. but for as good as uthoff was - peter jok was even bigger -- jok
- iowa led by
14 at the break. jok didn't stop after halftime - he and uhtoff combined for more than half of iowa's scoring out-put in the game -- jok had 26 points - 4-of-7 from beyond the arc - hawkwkyes win, 85-71 - afafr the game - coach mccaffefe was talkin' jok. "he's so smart, and he gets open, and he gets going, i think the impressive thing was how our guys got him the ball," said head coach fran mccaffery. "they recognized where he was, and when he gets in a groove like that, you've got to load him up." "i mean, it felt great," said jok. "i was hitting shots and my teammates kept finding me, so it was great. we just had to come back and do what we had to do. we knew we were going to bounce back. we knew jarrod was going to bounce back too. it was a good game." iowa pulls into a first- place tie with indiana, at 8- and-1. the hawkeyes are home against penn state on wednesday. the wayne state women still have
teams in the northern
sun conference. the wildcats are 9-and-6 in conference play, trying to bank a win against the university of mary. wayne state is 96-and-8 at home over the last 7 seasons. second quarter, wildcats up 9 - and finding anna martensen streaking to the lane - martensen converts, plus the foul - she had 12 points. later, wayne state up 12 - let's make it 15 - -asmin bretoi from deep - one of 6 ldcat threes - bretotohad 9. then wayne state goes inside to taylor reiner - reiner also scored 15-point edge. just before the half - sadie murren - great take - plus the foul - maggie schulte adds 17 points and 10 boards as wayne state rolls, 70-to- 54. the musketeers haven't been home in nearly a month. january 3rd was the last time sioux city took the ice at the tyson. it was a 7-game road trip for the muskies - sioux city finished that trip 3- and-4. the musketeers, hosting waterloo for their homecoming game. 3 minutes in - blackckwks crashing the net - ronnie e in
ruled no goal - but they review it and give waterloo a 1- nothing elad. later - blackhawks center it - it goes off the skate of mitch fossier - shanbowers credited with the goal - it's 2-0. sioux city answers though - on the power play - jake ryczek puts the loose puck away - muskies within 1. but waterloo would come right back - liam pecararo - all by himself - one of the prettiest goals you'll see. blackhawks spoil the musketeers
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